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Posted: 2006-08-18 21:57:15
Yeah, I've been hearing a lot lately about Rajadamnern's quality not quite matching Lumpini's. Takeda isn't a bad fighter, but he relies too much on his low kicks (though they are powerful). Well, the Dutch method is pretty much the Netherlands' own style nowadays. There's still a strong connection with their Kyokushin and Japanese Kickboxing roots, this clip here shows Mejiro and Vos Gyms. Listen carefully to some of what's being said.
And after being exposed to Muay Thai and Savate, the Dutch had no scruples with adding to their martial repertoire (I've also suspected that they put some Penjak Silat, but that's just my opinion) so they've pretty much developed an eclectic style that's broad and efficient. I've noticed that there's a do-or-die attitude in sparring and training, but whatever works for them.
I was hoping for Satoshi Kobayashi or Toshio Matsumoto to be the next stadium champ, but I guess Japan will have to wait for another to show up. BTW, how was Ogasawara able to get a title shot for the Rajadamnern middleweight? I still don't see how he was able to get that opporunity.

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